PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts

PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts

PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts

PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts

PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts

PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts

PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts

PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts

PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts

PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts

PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts

PADDINGTON 02

A house for a couple with a young family. The project involves the creation of deceptively simple and tranquil spaces to create a sense of calm and connection within a high density area.
The work is a contextual response to the inner city location. An external palette of rustic face brick and form lined concrete responds to the solidity and massing of surrounding terraces. The deep columns to the rear create framed thresholds to large pivot doors, which retreat under the concrete planter awning. This element becomes the transition zone between the internal and external.

| Team | Architects: Alison Nobbs, Sean Radford • Builder: James Morrison Constructions • Structural Engineer: Barrenjoey Consulting Engineers • Photography: Peter Bennetts